Sometimes, you absolutely have to have two (or more) cooks in the kitchen.
I often cook with my husband, one of us choosing a dish and the other re-creating it, sometimes shopping together for ingredients or even just making suggestions on each others’ recipes. But this week, as we tried out our new pasta maker together, he said “Well, this is a project for two people.” And indeed it was, as we bounced ideas off each other, as I kneaded and placed the dough in the machine and he broke off the fettucine noodles at the right moment. It really was a cooking endeavor for more than two hands. And one made much more fun together.